Canon i-SENSYS MF249dw Printer Driver. If you only need a printer in the first place, you will certainly find a much more compact device in the Canon range. We do not need a fax machine any more nowadays. Incoming faxes are already converted digitally. Outgoing faxes are, if they are still papery, first converted by scan into pdf format, for example, and then sent by e-mail. For home use, it also does a very compact second device here. Canon i-SENSYS MF249dw looks different in the office or in the home office. Create a space and make room for the little giant, it’s worth it. And while scanning or copying you save no space, but time. Because you do not have to manually turn the page when scanning or double-sided copying, an immense workload that pays off in the long run. Quality printing, also known as duplex printing, dominates this Canon i-SENSYS MF249dw from the stand. And even before you have counted to ten, the first page is already printed. It will be up to 40 pages per minute. And not fifteen minutes later, the paper supply would have been used up.
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Let’s face it, who needs this printing speed today (still)? If you are already on the way to a paperless office for years that usually does not work, but the rapid mass printing can be avoided at least. Much more important to us here is the reliability and the qualitative expression that the customer rightly expects and gets here as well. And of course you also expect a simple integration into the already existing network infrastructure and the office environment. Ethernet in the Gigabit version is on board and on the board. Just like WLAN (802.11n). Do you need more interfaces? We mean: no. The equipment is contemporary and adequate. Speaking of timely: even if we hardly ever make faxes in the truest sense of the word, so we use the Web Connect available by Canon with a fairly regularity. Thus, scanned can be saved directly in a cloud such as Dropbox. It is working. Easy. And it works well with services like Evernote and Google Docs. We do not use these two services, so we could not try it.
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